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Crystal City #1 - Ken Vandermark And David Grubbs - Parallax Sounds OST (CD, Album)

Our Menus. Events Calendar. Sporting Events. Our Photos. Join Email List. Contact Us. Menu Online. He had various partners and associates and staff and friends, all of whom contributed their part to the overall effort. His effort may have started as a hippie studio fantasy but soon turned into an electronic design laboratory right on the cutting edge of what anyone in the industry was doing.

A further appeal was that is was a one-stop shop: you could record, and mix and master your album all in one building, and the main recording room was also big enough to hold an orchestra. In the mid 70's Andrew's ideas and eventual implementation actually far surpassed the cutting edge; for their day, all three consoles he built had many industry firsts and absolutely unique circuitry.

He and various engineers and techs at the studio also highly modified the industry standard Studer tape recorders and the Neumann disc cutting lathe, and the clean, tight punchy sound you could get from this studio was fast becoming an industry legend.

I went to dinner after the interview. Then Andrew called me up and asked if I would come over again. So after a full day's interview he started in again and then he showed me what he called "the holy file cabinet" in what was to become my office and engineering lab. There was an engineer who, sadly, I never met, who had recently passed away.

He worked at Crystal for a number of years, and as the campfire story goes, was one of those white-pocket-protector-nerd-pak engineer types. If you are an electronics engineer or tech this is a very high compliment. So this fellow, Dean, had apparently kept a written technical diary on yellow pads of everything he did or thought about. It was written in a multiple person view, sometimes in the first person, sometimes not; and all the math was longhand, out to an unnecessarily large number of decimal places!

All the yellow pads were stored chronologically in one of those massive fireproof file cabinets usually reserved for sci-fi movies of secret government installations. The diary rambled on like this:. Tuesday morning, Hmmm Think I'll build an equalizer OK, Well, should I take apart everyone else's and see what they are up to?

No wait, I'll do it all from scratch. But maybe that won't work when it comes to people actually operating it, because they might be used to a more or less standard layout, and if I don't look at everyone else's that's therefore not a good idea So now, Dean, you should choose the frequencies.

Let's decide if you should use even numbers like 1k or maybe use musically based numbers like and and so on, do you think anyone would understand that? And so on. Clearly the fellow loved ellipses, and went on like that for literally hundreds of yellow pads. His partially-finished prototypes and circuits were laid out all over the room, and Andrew wanted to know if I thought I was up to it -- me finishing building up the breadboards, and taking over from where this previous genius left off.

I looked him right in the eye and said, "Yes, I would like that very much. Then the circuitry was to be expanded upon, for example the equalizer was made to be 6 sections instead of 5 sections microphone preamps of a completely new design added, a MUCH larger patchbay implemented, and this brand new board was to be the retrofit in studio A.

All in all, whatever stresses it imposed, I had a wonderful time. You also might notice that partially in honor of Andrew, I have used the same font for my Soundoctor logo. Little did we know that the magazine was about to fold a month later There is probably much more to it than that, but hey, that's my opinion and I'm sticking to it So Andrew and I worked on the story, he wanting to write a large book and the editor explaining just about how many column-inches we had to work with.

I did a block diagram that you will see below in real Leroy technical pen and ink on matte mylar that was nearly four feet wide. It took almost two weeks! I wish I had the drawing to frame on the wall now!

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  1. Mezidal says:
    1 – David Grubbs: Intro: 2 – David Grubbs: Out With The Tide: 3 – Parallax Ensemble: Nowhere Is The Place: 4 – David Grubbs: Photographed Laughing: 5 – Parallax Ensemble: Invisible Roads: 6 – Ken Vandermark: Soundible Bells: 7 – Parallax Ensemble: Tomorrow Is The Past #1: 8 – Parallax Ensemble: Crystal City #1: 9 – Parallax /5(5).
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    David Grubbs has had an astonishingly wide-ranging career: Squirrel Bait, Bastro, Bitch Magnet (fleetingly), the Red Krayola, Gastr del Sol, Palace, Boxhead Ensemble, & a series of solo recordings & collaborations. Ken Vandermark And David Grubbs - Parallax Sounds OST ‎ (CD, Album) Just Temptation Recordings: JT US.
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    David Grubbs has had an astonishingly wide-ranging career: Squirrel Bait, Bastro, Bitch Magnet (fleetingly), the Red Krayola, Gastr del Sol, Palace, Boxhead Ensemble, & a series of solo recordings & collaborations.
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    Nov 29,  · Twenty years later, key members of the post-rock movement - from Steve Albini to Ken Vandermark, Ian Williams and others - reflect upon their ideals, politics, and the survival of their art in the City That Works. Parallax Sounds’ original music stars post-rock and jazz musician, composer and improviser Ken Vandermark as its leading original.
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